Introduction to Cyber Crime for Board Directors
Security breaches transform calm working environments into high-stress battle zones. Informed board directors are better equipped to understand the threat and make corresponding decisions smartly and quickly.
This course is designed to educate board directors about cyber crime and incident response. Participants will review a scenario based on real-world intrusions by a sophisticated attacker, examining tactics and technologies from both the attacker’s and victim’s perspectives. This scenario illustrates the most common method that attackers use to establish a foothold and remain undetected in the victim’s network.
The course also covers the pros and cons of follow-up actions available to the victim and provide critical insight into the many issues investigators and victim organizations face when defending networks and responding to security breaches.
This is a highly interactive course with public company directors and high quality attendees who are either on boards, or likely to land on boards. It is designed with relationship building in mind, not merely networking.
After completing this course, learners should be able to:
• Understand how attackers defeat defenses and compromise networks
• Explore the most common network defense posture assumed by victims
• Collect electronic evidence
• Understand how investigators analyze data and use findings to resolve incidents
• Grasp the challenges an organization faces after its computer security defenses are breached
Video Conference Time for both May 27 and May 28:
9:00 am - 2:30 pm ET
8:00 am - 1:30 am CT
7:00 am - 12:30 am MT
6:00 am - 11:30 am PT
(with 1 hour break for lunch/brunch at noon ET)